Bob Weir Talks About Wanting To Continue Touring For The Rest Of His Life [Watch]

first_imgYesterday, Grateful Dead guitarist Bob Weir was a special guest at the Einstein Gala in Toronto, ON, both to perform and to speak about the importance of innovation in both science and the arts. Ahead of that scheduled appearance, Weir appeared on local news affiliate CP24, talking one-on-one with host Travis Dhanaraj.The interesting conversation touched on a number of topics in a short time, including Weir’s presence at the gala and the connections between science and the arts, the foundation of the Grateful Dead, and Weir’s plans for the future. He mentions that he believes STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) should really be STEAM, with the A for arts, because of the importance of the creative spark. When the conversation turns to the Dead, Weir tells the story of meeting Jerry Garcia before the conversation turns to Weir’s plans for the future. In the discussion, Weir cites Count Basie and Johnnie Johnson as inspirational musicians who toured until their final days, saying “I’ve got nothing better to do” on multiple occasions.Keep on rockin’ it Bobby! You can watch the interview below:last_img read more

BiH tennis players had great performance in Prijedor

first_imgAt the tennis ITF Future Tournament, which is being played in Prijedor, four BiH players have qualified to second round, reports Fena.First holder of the 10 000 USD worth tournament is Aldin Šetkić who defeated Italian Lorenzo Frigeri with 6:2, 6:1, while Nerman Fatić defeated Christopher Heyman with 6:7, 6:3 and 6:2.Franjo Raspudić defeated third holder Mato Delić with 6:2, 6:3 , while Ismar Gorčić defeated Ljubomir Čelebić from Montenegro with 6:3, 6:1.In the second round, Šetkić will play against Hungarian  Levente Godry, Raspudić against Milan Krnjetina from Serbia, Fatić against Marino Draganja from Croatia and Gorčić will play against Luka Ilić from Serbia.last_img